William Meo, 55, of 24 Tumblebrook Drive, was charged on Aug. 17 with breach of peace for an incident win which he allegedly had been yelling at a relative and broke a glass window, according to South Windsor police. Meo was released on a $5,000 non-surety bond. He was scheduled to appear at Superior Court in Manchester on Aug. 20.
John Ahlberg, 37, of 1096 Ellington Road, was charged on Aug. 17 with larceny in the first degree. According to South Windsor Police, Ahlberg's charge stems from a June 2012 complaint made by the Probate Court regarding Ahlberg’s handling of his late father’s estate. The ensuing investigation revealed that Ahlberg had allegedly converted the estate's funds to his own use, in violation of the terms of an existing will. Ahlberg was later released on a $10,000 non-surety bond and is scheduled to appear at Superior Court in Manchester on Aug. 30.
Andrew Johnson, 21, of Pennsylvania, was charged on Aug. 17 with failure to appear in the second degree and held on a $2,500 surety bond. Johnson’s charge stems from a missed court for a 2010 motor vehicle violation. He was presented at court later on Aug. 17.
Michael Biancardi, 18, of 35 Summit Drive, was charged on Aug. 18 with operating a motor vehicle by a minor with elevated blood alcohol. According to South Windsor Police, officers were dispatched at 6 a.m. Saturday to a suspicious vehicle on Kingsley Drive. Officers found the vehicle operator asleep behind the wheel of the vehicle, which had a flat tire. The officers suspected the man was under the influence of alcohol. A breath test later revealed his blood alcohol level was .23 percent, higher than the .02 limit for operators under age 21. Biancardi was later released on a $500 non-surety bond and is scheduled to appear at Superior Court in Manchester on Aug. 27.
Olivia Lachelier, 21, of 155 High St., was charged on Aug. 18 with failure to appear in teh second degree. Lachelier was held on a $2,500 surety bond. She was scheduled to appear at Superior Court in Manchester on Aug. 20.